Daily Archives: September 28, 2016

Poem – Grandma’s Petunias

In Spring I watched my grandma toil:  with eighty-seven year old hands  she pertly cupped and clawed away  the dirt, creating auburn bowls  in which she placed petunia seeds.  But summer weeds and pesky moles  have claimed that emptied patch … Continue reading

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